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Beef Tenderloin with Mushroom Stuffing

A delicious stuffed beef tenderloin without the need for an oven. A pan is all you need to cook this recipe and of course the complete list of ingredients as well. With the mushroom stuffing, you can use any kind of edible fresh mushrooms like button mushrooms, straw mushrooms, Shiitake mushroom or oyster mushrooms.

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Stuffed Beef Tenderloin

Baked Pangat or Pinangat

Baked fish fillet with olive oil, onions, tomatoes, kamias and spices. Just like pinangat the usual method of cooking is similar but the difference is, this dish is baked and instead of the whole fish, this recipe uses fish fillet. Lapu-lapu and maya-maya fish fillet is a good choice and you don’t need to worry about fish bones because it is already filleted.

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Baked Pinangat or Pangat

Dried Squid Fried Rice

A unique kind of fried rice combining fried dried squid, eggs and fried rice. No need for you to cook them separately. The usual method of cooking this breakfast is to fry the dried squid first, then cook the scrambled eggs and cook the fried rice. Now you can mix them together and have a tasty breakfast serve with your favorite brewed coffee or pineapple juice.

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Dried Squid Fried Rice

Bacon-Wrapped Cheesy Green Chilies

Are you craving for a spicy cheesy something that you don’t know what it is? I guess you need to try this bacon wrapped chilies stuffed with cheddar cheese. Great for appetizer or snack or you can serve it with your favorite alcoholic beverage to get the “boom” feeling.

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Bacon Cheese Chilies

Chopped Chicken Liver Pate

This is a chicken liver pate recipe that is very easy to make. Since duck liver pate is very expensive, you can imitate it by replacing it with chicken liver.

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Chicken Liver Pate